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# Creating a Number Scrambler

Topic closed. 2 replies. Last post 6 years ago by Raven62.

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 Posted: March 17, 2009, 8:15 am - IP Logged

I'm looking to scramble a set of numbers and can't seem to find how to do it anywhere.

So if I have a set of numbers of say:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

I would want to scramble them like this randomly:

10 1 5 9 2 6 4 8 3 7

I would need to do it for any set of numbers up to 39.

I want to play 3 sets of 11,12 & 13#'s to cover either 33,36 or all 39 digits.

I'm scrambling the #'s so I can try and get at least 4 digits to come up in one of my 3 groups. I can do it manually but it take up a lot of time and you tend to think too much on how to group them which I don't want to do. I rather scramble them and then back test the results by groups to see how many groups have 4 or more digits in them.

I tried looking for a way to do it in excel but couldn't find anything.

Thanks,

TedK

San Diego, CA
United States
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 Posted: March 17, 2009, 8:34 am - IP Logged

Go to random.org.  You will find on the left near the bottom a "list randomizer".  That should do the trick.

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United States
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June 28, 2005
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 Posted: March 17, 2009, 10:20 am - IP Logged

I'm looking to scramble a set of numbers and can't seem to find how to do it anywhere.

So if I have a set of numbers of say:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

I would want to scramble them like this randomly:

10 1 5 9 2 6 4 8 3 7

I would need to do it for any set of numbers up to 39.

I want to play 3 sets of 11,12 & 13#'s to cover either 33,36 or all 39 digits.

I'm scrambling the #'s so I can try and get at least 4 digits to come up in one of my 3 groups. I can do it manually but it take up a lot of time and you tend to think too much on how to group them which I don't want to do. I rather scramble them and then back test the results by groups to see how many groups have 4 or more digits in them.

I tried looking for a way to do it in excel but couldn't find anything.

Thanks,

TedK

In Excel you may be able to use the Function: Random Between:

=RANDBETWEEN(1,10)

Use the Excel Help Function for Additional Information!

A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!

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